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August 2014
 
 

Chromalloy continues master alloy developments

Chromalloy’s master alloy operation in Tampa, Fla., adjacent to the company’s investment foundry, has commenced production of additional specialty alloys used in aerospace and energy gas turbine component manufacturing.

Dr. Gowri Shankar, Ph.D., Chromalloy Director, Casting Technology, said the company’s master alloy operation has produced 17 batches, or “heats,” of superalloys, including nickel- and cobalt-based compositions. “Tensile and stress rupture testing and other mechanical properties of blended alloys are being validated by Chromalloy customers,” Shankar added.

Walter Johnson, General Manager, Alloy, said, “Chromalloy’s master alloy capability is on schedule for offering manufacturers superior quality ingots using the very precise, complex chemistry controls required of specialty alloys.”

The ingots are used in the production supply chain of complex systems and manufactured parts, including the gas turbine engine components cast by Chromalloy for manufacturers.

 
 

Chromalloy Castings appoints new materials leader

Chromalloy Castings has appointed Tom Gourlay, an expert in supply chain management, product development and quality systems, as the new Director of Materials. Gourlay joins Chromalloy from Electrolux Small Appliances where he was Vice President of Global SDA Sourcing and China Site General Manager.

Earlier Gourlay was Vice President of Procurement at Floorcare NA. Prior to that he was Vice President, Purchasing & Supply Chain, at Corvest Promotional Products. He began his career in the automotive industry, working for several years at GM and suppliers Lectron Products and TRW Automotive in production, product development and procurement roles. He holds an Associate in Science degree in automation and robotics, a Bachelor of Science degree in business management and an MBA in global management.

 
 

Tinker and the Primes 2014 tees up in Oklahoma

Several hundred aerospace, defense and government contracting organizations and agencies will participate in Tinker and the Primes 2014, an event that provides information, education and access to business opportunities. The conference and exhibition will be held August 18-20 in Midwest City, Okla., at the Sheraton Midwest City Hotel.

Featured will be briefings by Tinker Air Force Base officials, opportunities for one-on-one supplier search interviews, and OEM, prime contractor and government briefings. This year’s premier sponsor is Northrop Grumman. More information is available at http://midwestcityok.net/tinkerandtheprimes/.

   
 
 
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